The Head of the Islamic Culture and Relations Organization among students in a formal religious and educational complex of Bilal in Zanzibar said: "Muslims should be equipped with science".
According to the Public Relations of Islamic Culture and Relations Organization, Dr. Abouzar Ebrahimi Torkaman, the Head of the Islamic Culture and Relations Organization, in continuation of his plans visited the formal religious and educational complex of Bilal in Zanzibar on September 1, 2016 and gave lecture for the students of this educational complex.
Appreciating the authorities, administrators and teachers of the formal religious and educational complex of Bilal, Dr. Ebrahimi Torkaman said: "Almighty God watches over all of our activities and measures".
He continued: "All of us need to use the opportunity that God has given to us for development and excellence and this will be realized in the light of faith and trust in God".
The Head of the Islamic Culture and Relations Organization invited all of Zanzibar teachers and students to meditate on the creation and existence and stated: "All of us enjoy different blessings which are unique, among them the most important is the value of youth and we should try to exploit the opportunities provided".
The member of the Supreme Council of Cultural Revolution continued: "Learning is important for better living and taking steps on the path of growth and excellence that Almighty God has commanded" and emphasized: "Muslims should be equipped with science".
He added: "We should always remember the Almighty God and pay attention to the spirituality and teachings and genuine Islamic values in the direction of development and growth along with morality and spirituality".
In addition, given the history of the presence of Iranian people in Zanzibar, Dr. Ebrahimi Torkaman emphasized on the development of cultural activities in this region.
At the end, the Head of the Islamic Culture and Relations Organization visited the different parts of this religious and educational complex and Ali Bagheri, Iranian cultural attaché in Tanzania explained about the activities and the development process of the complex.
Furthermore, the Head of the Islamic Culture and Relations Organization attending Hojjat al-Islam Mosque which is one of the Shia mosques in Zanzibar and met with Syed Maulana Shamsul Hasan, the prayer leader of the mosque who explained about the activities of the mosque.
According to this report, this religious and educational complex is a school in Zanzibar with about 1808 students in different grades and has established some branches in other cities of Zanzibar.